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I often get asked where I stand on smoothies, and whether or not they can be used for a quick meal substitute, to feed fussy children, or even in instances of particular conditions such as polycystic ovaries (PCOS). So today, I am going to give you the low down on where I think they may or may not fit into your diet.

For some, normal weight gain during pregnancy is an exciting excuse to indulge and it fills others with dread. I won't lie, pregnancy changes your body. But that isn't a bad thing. And while we don't need to be weighing ourselves or worrying about our weight during pregnancy, it certainly helps to have a rough guide of how much weight you can expect to put on. It's not the same for everyone.

I'm a big fan of fermented foods. Some fermented foods aren't necessarily everyone's cup of tea, but I try to incorporate one to two serves into my day and recommend my clients do the same. But how much evidence is there really for any benefits from eating fermented foods?

Technology has afforded us a plethora of quick food options and many of them have large claims of being high in fibre or low in sugar, so they must be, right? Or there's a celebrity or health professional saying that you can eat it, so it must be healthy, right? Not necessarily.

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